[1250–1300; Middle English gurle, girle, gerle child, young person; compare Old English gyrela, gi(e)rela, item of dress, apparel (presumably worn by the young in late Old English period, and hence used as a metonym)] usage: Many women today resent being called girls or the less formal gals.In business and professional offices, the girl or my girl in reference to one's secretary has decreased but not disappeared.
He also said that only old white guys would choose either anyways. I'm curious now because my best friend is white and he says that he only likes dating white girls. Hot white men stick with hot white women only and vice versa.Such terms as the girls for a group of women, girl or gal friday for a female assistant, and bachelor girl for an unmarried woman are frequently regarded as offensive.Working girl in the sense “a woman who works,” as well as girl in reference to one's maid or housekeeper, are increasingly considered offensive and are declining in use. Lessons all day, a highly instructive lecture, books over a solitary fire, or music with no audience but a sleepy cat and a bird with his head tucked under his wing, for evening entertainment, was not exactly what might be called festive; so, in spite of her brave resolutions, Polly did long for a little fun sometimes, and after saying virtuously to herself at nine: "Yes, it is much wiser and better for me to go to bed early, and be ready for work tomorrow," she would lie awake hearing the carriages roll to and fro, and imagining the , bred by David Smith of Aylesbury (parents of Woodlin Ranoull), and Llanina Morning Blaze, bred by Betty David of Ciliau Aaron, Lampeter, and Chawton Petal, sired by Rowfant Santiago, bred by Mrs Rimmington-Wilson of Crawley, Sussex.
binanbinan koukoubinan koukou chikyuu bouei bu love!But I am sick with jealousy when I go to a mall - and there's 72 ladies clothes shops, and 3 mens.3 provide equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.